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Aug 16, 2021

Gardening was one of the activities people turned to during the pandemic, and the K-State Garden Hour Webinar Series was started to offer tips and training. There has been an increased interest in organic home gardening. During a recent webinar, Johnson County Horticulture Extension agent Zac Hoppenstedt provided...


Mar 1, 2021

The peak tornado season in Kansas runs from April to June with the state averaging 95 tornadoes per year. Kansas also experiences damaging winds, large hail, and both general and flash flooding during the spring and summer. Kansas State University assistant state climatologist Mary Knapp says now is the time to prepare...


Nov 2, 2020

In its simplest form, aging can be defined as changes that happen to us as a result of time. Unfortunately, ageism – the prejudice or discrimination on the grounds of age – is a growing concern. As part of a three-day virtual conference between Kansas State, South Dakota State and North Dakota State...


Oct 26, 2020

K-State Research and Extension family and consumer sciences specialist Sharolyn Jackson says Halloween marks the beginning of what some refer to as a food and party marathon that doesn’t end until after the Super Bowl in February. She says eating in moderation, being physically active and identifying the things...


Sep 28, 2020

With leaves just beginning to fall from the trees, it may seem a little early to be talking about preparing for winter. However, there are several things we can do now to make sure our house and vehicle are ready for the cold, snow and ice arrive. Kansas State University climatologist Mary Knapp has a list of things we...